The Ulster club senior and intermediate hurling championship finals take place on Sunday, 22 October.
The GAA's grassroots were in their element yesterday as county finals took pride of place across the length and breadth of the country...
"I've been fortunate to win an All-Ireland with Donegal, but to win a county title with my club is right up there."
Twenty-six years after he scored the winning point in Armagh Harps' last Armagh SFC final success, it was fitting that John Toner should mastermind their return to the winner's enclosure yesterday.
Armagh Harps are celebrating their first Armagh SFC victory since 1991 this evening.
In one of the most hectic Sunday's of the year we were served up some cracking matches. Here are a list of the day's results.
There were no fewer than 19 games being covered this afternoon.
Twenty-four GAA coaching jobs at schools across Northern Ireland have been handed a reprieve after extra funding became available this week.
The provisional 2018 Allianz League fixtures have been announced, with a Croke Park double-header involving the Dublin footballers and hurlers getting proceedings underway on Saturday, January 27.
A huge weekend of club action lies ahead with nineteen county finals - thirteen in football and six in hurling - taking place across the country.
The great and the good of Ulster GAA have come together to launch a new award which celebrates the outstanding work carried out by volunteer coaches within the Association.
The Club Players' Association (CPA) remains frustrated with the GAA over the lack of progress to finalise a master fixture plan for 2018.
Ulster GAA and the Irish Football Association have welcomed today's announcement by the Department of Education to continue funding the Curriculum Sports Programme until the end of this financial year.
There was no shortage of milestone achivements on the club scene over the weekend while the debate over the rights and wrongs of the Gooch's upcoming testimonial dinner rages on...
"Naturally, we'll smell the flowers and the bloom. County finals are always hard to win and we'll certainly enjoy this one."
The county finals are coming thick and fast.
Retiring Crossmaglen goalkeeper Paul Hearty isn't a fan of the new kick-out rule in Gaelic football.
Former Armagh senior football team manager Paul Grimley says that All-Star nominee Jamie Clarke will be a huge loss to the Orchard County next year.
Maghery star Aidan Forker says they face a different kind of challenge to that of Crossmaglen when they take on Armagh Harps in Sunday week's county senior final.
Sunday, 8 October sees the start of the Ulster club senior hurling championship as holders Slaughtneil begin their title defence against Dunloy at Owenbeg.
Six-time All-Ireland club title winner Paul Hearty can look back on a truly remarkable 23-year career after announcing his retirement from Gaelic football tonight.
Following a record-breaking season of Ladies Football championship action, the 45 nominees for the 2017 TG4 All-Star team have been revealed.